Dylon Fabric Dye - Hand Use - Powder Pink
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Polyester is a synthetic fiber that is known for being very durable and practical in sportswear, but it also means it doesn’t have a lot of the absorbent abilities that natural fibers do. After washing, the result should be a lovely pastel blue. Note that this method is only suitable if you have a white fabric because pastel is, by definition, a color mixed with white. This process usually involves disperse dyes that need to be activated using heat. Manufacturers have special machinery that can dye polyester using a colorant mixture that can be heated up to 280℉.
If you want to dye synthetic fabrics at home, using disperse dye is the easiest way to go. Rit DyeMore is a household name that sells disperse dyes, and their dye formula works very well with any fabric that has more than 35% of the synthetic component. Related: Fabric Dyeing Techniques – 12 Different Ways How to choose the right dye color when overdyeing: Note that the result likely won’t be as colorfast as you expect, and the dye will likely bleed in subsequent washes. If you want to go for a more permanent result, disperse dye is still the way to go. 3. Acrylic PaintDyeing your fabric a different color works just like mixing paint: yellow and blue make green, orange and purple make red, etc. So, if you have a yellow fabric and want to turn it green, don’t use green dye; use blue dye instead!
Let the clothes simmer in the dye bath. Once the dye bath reaches a boil, reduce the heat to low and let it simmer for up to 1 hour. Keep the water at a low simmer.  X Research source Perfect for dye projects where you want to completely change the colour of the fabric or as a pre-treatment for faded, discoloured and stained fabric. Prepare your dye solution by first filling up your pot with water, about 3/4 of the pot, or until the water is enough for the fabric to be totally submerged. Then, pour 1 teaspoon of dish soap into the water. This will help reduce the surface tension of the liquid and allow the dye to penetrate the fabric.For natural fibers, like cotton and silk, add 1 cup (273 g) of salt to the water as it comes to a boil. Let the clothes soak in a fixative for 1 hour. Dye fixatives allow your clothes to absorb the dye more readily and prevent the dye from washing out later. The best type of fixative will depend on the type of dye you are using:  X Research source Colour Remover makes it possible to remove the existing colour from yet-to-be dyed fabric, giving you a dye-ready canvas for spectacular results and true colour!